13 artefacts have returned home this weekend after months of negotiation. The artefacts are to be displayed in Ethiopian museums. Officials said the pieces are part of Ethiopia’s largest act of restitution, which includes an intricately latticed processional cross, a vividly coloured triptych representing Jesus’ crucifixion, and an opulent red and brass imperial shield.

“We believe we will be successful in bringing them back and the negotiations will continue, with other artefacts abroad,” said Teferi Meles, Ethiopia’s ambassador to the United Kingdom.


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